This year at the Moore Lab we began a new tradition: skinning a turkey on Thanksgiving. When James Maley, our new collections manager, arrived from Wyoming, he brought with him […]
“Buthraupis eximis chloronata. Some of the most beautiful of the larger birds of Ecuador were found by the author here at Banos. Unlike the iridescent feathers of hummingbirds, these […]
Just when we thought all the slides had been scanned, a whole new box was discovered! Most of the slides in this group are titled “Frozen Volcanoes and Flaming Hummingbirds”, […]
Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
About half a dozen readers have sent me this series of photographs, showing an incident reported in several places, including Nature News and…
We dug some more slides out of the box! Enjoy! “Swainson’s Lesser Toucan balances awkwardly on a moss-draped limb in front of the author’s tent at Pascajal in southwestern […]
“Pezites militaris bellicosa. The chirote, or meadow lark of the Pallatanga Valley, is regarded by many as the best songster of Ecuador. It has rich full tone of great […]
A summary of the history, present work, and future research of the Moore Laboratory in Zoology. The MLZ is now illustrated!